Discover our commitment to the development of knowledge We support research initiatives that promote the values of the Foundation, such as diversity, inclusivity and innovation.

Research

Finding solutions to the social, technological and economic issues we face today

Collaborative knowledge generation

In order to promote change and innovation, it is necessary to support cutting-edge research and initiatives that use new strategies in critical thinking. The Foundation’s think tanks, centers for excellence, observatories and chairs work to provide innovative solutions to the challenges faced by the business world and society as a whole.

From research on diversity and gender equality, to initiatives in international finance, the centers, observatories and chairs supported by IE Foundation open the door to learning about the most relevant issues with the highest impact on today’s society.

LATEST PROJECTS & PUBLICATIONS

KNOWLEDGE AND FINANCIAL HABITS OF THE ELDERLY IN SPAIN

Household Savings Observatory

This study analyzes the savings and the Silver Economy, two major topics in today's society.

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FAMILY FIRMS AND THE CHALLENGE OF INNOVATION

IE Center for Families in Business and EY Empresa Familiar

This study shows that the "family factor" acts as a driver of innovation and makes the innovation process in the company more efficient.

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TRAVEL4IMPACT

Center for Social Innovation and Sustainability and Amadeus

A project focused on methods to rebuild tourism and travel sector.
The project provides answers to the needs of these two sectors particularly affected by the global pandemic of COVID-19.

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THE CONCESSION MODEL IN SPAIN: BENEFITS AND ISSUES TO BE RESOLVED

IE Center for Transport Economics and Infrastructure Management

This report analyzes the role played by the concession model in public service provision in Spain.

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The Guillermo & Michèle de la Dehesa Library

The Guillermo & Michèle de la Dehesa Library's mission is to provide services and resources for our whole academic community by collaborating in the knowledge-creation process—while also benefiting society at large.

Guillermo & Michèle de la Dehesa Library